Herron, a California native, will join the company this fall as managing director.
Butkas and her family will relocate from Rochester, N.Y., to Massachusetts this fall.
From the hockey rink to the art studio, from Minneapolis to San Diego, it’s another diverting week for theatre.
The season will include a world premiere play and a cabaret series.
Dominique Morisseau’s play about the 1967 riots gets a multi-month tour courtesy of Detroit Public Theatre.
The fellowship for disabled writers includes a two-year residency and $40,000.
Patterson will leave his post as incoming artistic director Joanie Schultz’s first season begins.
One of the theatre’s founding directors, she will take the helm this fall.
Seven nonprofit theatres in New York City will be creative homes for playwrights to develop new work.
The company has brought modern touches, and new plush seats, to its home at the Bangor Opera House.